The Collector’s AuctionView Catalogue
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Fine ArtView Catalogue
Unique to the Australian marketplace, The Auction Salon presents over 1,000 items at auction every week; a treasure trove of objets d'art, jewellery, luxury, art, interiors, and furniture. View Wednesday, bid Thursday.
10:00 am | Every Thursday
This Sydney auction presents a diverse range of Decorative Arts, Fine Art, and Asian Art, and includes pieces from notable private collections.
2:00pm | 5 March 2024View Catalogue
Presenting collectable and rare timepieces from the world’s greatest makers.
4:00pm | 18 March 2024View Catalogue
Featuring diamonds, coloured stones and pearls as well as antique, modern and contemporary jewellery.
6:00pm | 18 March 2024View Catalogue
Presenting works by significant Australian and international artists, with a featured selection of Postwar & Contemporary pieces.
6:00pm | 19 March 2024View Catalogue
Presenting a fine selection of traditional, modern and contemporary rugs.
2:00pm | 21 March 2024Coming Soon
Audemars Piguet Royal Oak double balance openworked pink gold skeletonised wrist watch with bracelet circa 2018
Sold for $200,000 IBPView
VU CAO DAM, Le Cavalier 1978
Sold for $118,750 IBPView
A rare Sèvres porcelain reticulated vase
Sold for $212,500 IBPView
An extraordinary Bulgari 18ct gold, fancy coloured sapphire and diamond 'Rosette' suite, circa 2005
Sold for $200,000 IBPView
Welcoming Wiebke Brix, Head of Art
It is with great pleasure that we announce the appointment of Dr. Wiebke Brix as the new Head of Art at Leonard Joel....Continue reading
Luke Guan, Asian Art Specialist, joins forces with Leonard Joel
Leonard Joel is honoured to announce a new and expanded Asian Art department with the appointment of Luke Guan as Head of Asian Art at Leonard Joel...Continue reading
New Porcelain Techniques Revealed at Great Exhibitions (1851-1937)
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The History of the Royal Academy
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Hawthorn: A Walking Tour
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The Role of an Official War Artist
During the First World War, Australia commenced The Official War Art Scheme, mirroring that of Britain and Canada...Continue reading
All Aboard! The Intersection Between the Great American Railroad and Horology
Tragedy can be a harsh but important teacher. In Ohio, in 1891 the loss of nine lives from the Kipton trainwreck was down to a conductor’s watch being out by just four minutesContinue reading
Tough Stuff: Miuccia x Nylon
“[Nylon] challenged, even changed, the traditional and conservative idea of luxury. I am still obsessed with it.” - Miuccia Prada...Continue reading
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